2 semester pathway and bs communication in journalism and broadcast in Suffolk university
Students learn to report the news across print and digital platforms in our Journalism major. You ll start with courses in writing, online journalism, and media law. Then you can choose a concentration in either broadcast Journalism or Print/Web Journalism. Both the Print and Broadcast Journalism concentrations prepare students for careers in the field of Journalism, as well as for graduate studies. In the Broadcast Journalism concentration, you ll gain invaluable experience at the two campus TV shows, Suffolk U News and Temple Street.
Common Application or Suffolk Application, Essay/ Personal statement, Official high school transcript or GED/HiSET results, Letter of recommendation,Test scores: TOEFL minimum is a 79, IELTS a 6.5, PTE-Academic with a minimum score of 54, ACT and SAT scores, First Language English Exams in the IGCSE or GCSE or AS/A-Level Predicted/Actual results, IB HL English Predicted scores (if provided by your High School).
Broadcast manager, Journalist, Content Writer & Social Media Coordinator, Brand Marketing Associate, Content Editor